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Sweet, juicy, eat-’em-over-the-sink peaches — they’re nature’s reward for enduring the summer’s heat. And they’re worth the wait! Here are the peachy facts on the ultimate summer fruit, including how to choose and store peaches, and some delicious recipes to use them up.
Eat fresh from your own backyard! The words “garden fresh” appear on food labels and menus for a reason: There’s nothing more appealing than the idea that the produce you eat (and feed your family) was just picked from your garden. Here's how to put your (or someone else's) garden to good use in the kitchen.
Don't leave your apple selection to chance for your next baking adventure. Here are the 10 best apples for baking, sure to hold up to the heat of your oven.
When pitting cherries with a handheld pitter, the juice usually splatters everywhere— especially on your apron and clothes, potentially staining them. Here's a less-mess way to pit cherries.
Grape tomatoes are expensive, so if they’re a little past their prime (a bit wrinkled), don’t throw them away — roast them. Here's an easy way to do it.
Pineapple is one of the more difficult fruits to cut, because it's large, has a spiky skin and those prickly "eyes" inside the fruit once you've cut it. Here’s a way to peel pineapple with as little waste as possible and get the added bonus of decorative slices.
Banish those heavy-bottomed, soggy blueberry muffins for good with this simple trick to keep berries from sinking in muffins.
Ever cut into an avocado that felt ripe to the touch, only to discover that it wasn’t? Here’s an easy way to test your avocado for ripeness without cutting up the fruit.
Don't toss those overripe bananas! Throw them in the freezer instead so you always have ripe bananas on hand for baking or smoothies. Use this simple tip for a less-mess, faster way to freeze and thaw bananas.
Use this helpful tip for how to juice key limes next time you plan to make a pie! Key limes are smaller in size and firmer than regular limes, making them harder to juice, but not any longer with this helpful kitchen tip.
Prevent cut apples from turning brown with this simple tip.
With this simple tip, have healthy treats on hand at all times for when your sweet tooth hits!
Candied cranberries make a festive garnish to holiday dishes this time of year. Best of all, it's simple to do!
Seeding squash can be a messy task. Not anymore with this quick tip that uses a unique kitchen tool.
What is indirect grilling? It's bascially a technique that turns your grill into an outdoor oven so you can cook big items, like whole chickens, pork loins, pizzas, etc. So the next time you fire up the grill, follow these four simple steps, and take the indirect route to perfectly cooked meats, vegetables, and more.
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This bright and light Lemon & Blueberry Buttermilk Loaf Cake
with blueberry coulis relies on blueberries’ natural affinity with lemon.
With fresh fruit, spring greens, avocado and mint, this bright and colorful salad is like spring sunshine in a bowl.
These guilt-free Cheesecake Soufflés with raspberry sauce are every bit as
wonderful as the cheesecake you know and love.
Who's ready for the world's most decadent and luscious Banana Cream Pie?! From the
crust to the filling, jam, and whipped topping — each layer of this phenomenal pie is bursting with sweet banana flavor. Time to split, we’ve got a pie to make!
Ambrosia was a must-have
food of the Greek gods,
according to ancient
mythology. And today, it’s
a popular fruit salad easy
to make for any get-together.
Our spin on the classic, dubbed Fruit Fluff, has
a mixture of fresh or canned
fruits, nuts, and cherries
swirled in a base of
mayonnaise and cream.
In a hurry? Canned pineapple,
cherries, and mandarin oranges
are easy substitutes for fresh fruit.
Boldly creative, flavored, and textured, this Apple Strudel Soup
is nothing if not interesting. Not just speedy and simple, this
soup goes above and beyond with spice, comfort, and sweetness.
Pear-Fig Bars with almond streusel are about to become your new favorite cool-weather treat. Toss diced pears with
aromatic cardamom and cinnamon, then bake with
fig preserves on a buttery oatmeal crust. But it’s the
sweet, crunchy streusel that takes these bars over the
top — it’s made with almond paste, a sweet almond
confection that pairs nicely with pears.
Why not dine as the
Italians do, and say si to dessert? A combination of
health-promoting ingredients, like fruit, dark chocolate,
and nuts, can make dessert nutritious and magnifico!
The Italians are responsible
for bringing us such irresistible
sweet treats as tiramisù and
zabaglione, but these usually
are reserved for special
occasions. The rest of the time,
a bit of cheese, a piece of fruit,
or a small morsel of chocolate
suffices to end a meal.
It's hard to fathom there’s anything easier than a fruit crisp or cobbler,
but this country-French favorite with a Southeast-Asian twist — Mango-Orange Clafouti with coconut milk — wins that honor. It’s fancier, too.
You might think since clafouti is
somewhat egg-heavy, that it’s only meant
for a special breakfast or brunch. But, with
its tender, almost custard-like texture and
seasonal fruit, this makes it the q…
Hard to fathom there’s anything easier than a fruit crisp or cobbler,
but this country-French favorite, Cherry Clafouti, wins that honor. It’s fancier, too. This friendly, relaxed, yet
elegant fruit dessert, originating
in the Limousin region of
France, is pie-like, but simpler,
thus to many, so much better.
over dough, just a
quick buzz of the
in a blender, then
pour and bake.
This salad of grilled
peaches and raspberry is made to tame the rich, Brazilian-inspired
spicy heat of our Grilled Flap Steak.
With a strikingly beautiful presentation and an
equally delectable taste, these Raspberry Trifles do
right by the tiny, yet mighty, berries. A luscious
homemade lemon cream boosts the raspberry
flavor and adds a bit of brightness, while layers
of purchased pound cake keep things easy.
A fresh raspberry sauce ensures there’s raspberry
flavor in every layer, bright green pistachios
offer a salty crunch, and a few fresh raspberries
sprinkled over the top add even more color to
an already stunni…